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Groceries Sales See Pre-Christmas Figures at Record High

Supermarkets across the UK have reported that groceries sales have reached a record high. This seems to be thanks to shoppers stocking...

‘Virtual Nannies’ on the Rise

Since the start of the Coronavirus Pandemic, parents across the world have been attempting to juggle remote working with childcare. Now, a...

Debenhams is set to close

High street giant Debenhams is set to close, putting 12,000 employees at risk of redundancy. The company had entered administration for the...

Smartphone addiction compared to Smoking

A new study published by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has found that smartphone addiction is unlikely to...

Is Black Friday a Scam?

In recent years, there has been an increase in UK companies embracing the American tradition of Black Friday deals. This involves companies...

Pub Bosses Call for Greater Transparency

More than 50 pub bosses and executives have signed a letter warning of potential job losses and asking for greater transparency ahead...

Early Christmas Shopping Boosts Retail Figures

The Office for National Statistics has reported that sales rose by 1.2% in October. This is believed to be thanks, in part,...

Cozy.co.uk Named in Top 101 Start-ups of 2020

A recently list released by startupill.co.uk has names cozy.co.uk number 4 in the top 101 UK start-ups of 2020

Ticketmaster fined over data breach

Ticketmaster UK have been fined £1.25 million by the Information Commissioners Office after a data breach which affected the Ticketmaster website in...

Beyonk secures £2 million Seed investment from Fuel Ventures

Fuel Ventures has invested £2m into London based start-up Beyonk, The Experiences Booking Platform, to enable them to help more businesses and large...

British Entrepreneurs Launch ‘Online Shop’

Meet Terry McGinnis and Joe Todd two British entrepreneurs who are founders of one of UK's most popular online outlets, Cozy.

Pound down amidst no-deal fears for Brexit

The pound fell against the dollar on Friday after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said a no-deal Brexit looked "very, very likely".